Motorola’s software upgrade timeline updated, DROID RAZR won’t be receiving Android 4.0 in the first half of the year

Motorola has hosted a page dedicated to informing customers of upcoming updates for as long as we can remember, and today they have just updated it. Some interesting news was included, like the fact that the international version of the RAZR will be receiving the latest Ice Cream Sandwich sometime in Q2 of this year. Then the bad news comes into play, like the fact that the DROID RAZR and RAZR MAXX are still under evaluation, with no information when an update may be coming.

Two other Verizon phones are still in the evaluation period, the DROID Bionic and DROID 4. Not good news for Motorola, Considering these phones have been their main flagships in the US. Not all is bad news however, as it appears that the Atrix 4G, Atrix 2 and Photon 4G will be receiving their updates in Q3. Considering that these phones don’t appear to be Motorola’s main assets, it’s good to hear that we at least have an expected time for their update to Android 4.0.

It’s disappointing to say the least, especially when other manufacturers have promised and already rolled out the update this quarter. Hopefully this means the updates will at least be stable and bug-free, but we aren’t holding our breath. Who owns a Motorola device on Verizon? Mad about the lack of update information? Let us know in the comments!

via Motorola; Android Central
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